Play-Well Outreach, the non-profit arm of Play-Well TEKnologies, in partnership with City and County of Denver Office of Children’s Affairs, is providing Lego Engineering Summer Programs at CMS School, Fairview Elementary, and Goldrick Elementary. The goal is to provide students that otherwise would not be able to afford to have camp during the summer to have the opportunity to learn about engineering through LEGO this summer. These camps are open to students from all Title 1 Elementary Schools in the Denver area. Click HERE to see if your school is eligible.
In our week-long Play-Well camps, students will explore creative learning, critical thinking skills, and problem-solving together. Students will build a wide variety of projects such as bridges, motorized cars, and gondolas — project-based learning with lots of LEGO fun! Kids dive into our classes and exercise their innate gift for building. They come away understanding fundamental principles of engineering and physics. The experience boosts their confidence, creativity and ability to collaborate. Check out the video below that explains more about who we are and what our Play-Well is like:
All camps are weeklong programs that run Monday–Friday for 3 hours per day. Students will need to be dropped off and picked up from the site school. Students will be asked to complete two brief worksheets throughout the week. Cost for camp is $10 total for the week. Students may only register for 1 week of programming.
Below are the links where parents can go online to register:
(PLEASE BE SURE TO CLICK THE LINK FOR THE CAMP YOU ARE INTERESTED IN)